by Matthew Vadum
Dallas, Texas salon owner Shelley Luther has become the face of the movement to free the nation from the oppressive lockdowns imposed by despotic governors and mayors.
She is a modern-day Rosa Parks, but more on that in a moment.
An inspiration in these dark times to patriotic Americans who yearn to have their most basic constitutional rights respected, Luther was sentenced to seven days in jail on May 5 for daring to open her salon despite emergency decrees mandating the continued forced closure of businesses like hers that have arbitrarily been deemed non-essential.
But Luther was liberated May 7 after the Supreme Court of Texas ordered her released “pending final disposition of this case.” On May 8, Texas will allow hair salons to reopen with conditions.